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February 11, 2013

More Energy with Maca!

Filed under: Tea in Arizona — Kwingert @ 10:14 am


Maca  (Lepidium meyenii) is an herb native to the high Andes of Peru and Bolivia. Even though it is not part of the ginseng family, it is often called “Peruvian Ginseng” for its similar benefits. The fleshy tap root  is very nutritious and used as a root vegetable.

Medicinally, maca root is pulverized and used as a powder to increase stamina, promote hormonal balance and to  provide relief from menopausal symptoms.

Maca root is also said to boost libido and sexual performance and to enhance fertility in both men and women.

Experience the rejuvenating effect of Maca in our Warrior Hot Chocolate!

You will need:  2 tbsp Cocoa Powder

2 tbsp Maca Powder

8 oz. milk (regular, almond, soy, etc.)

8 oz brewed yerba mate tea

1bsp. sweetener

Mix all ingredients in a blender, then transfer to a small pot. Gently heat until warm, but do not boil.

Pour and enjoy!  Alternatively, you can also enjoy this drink over ice




February 8, 2013

This Valentine’s – say it with tea….

Filed under: Tea in Arizona — Kwingert @ 10:15 am


Don’t know what to get your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day?  Why not express your sentiments with our special Valentine’s blend


his blend of smooth black teas and scrumptious flavors of chocolate and strawberries is simply irresistable! Whether you enjoy it hot or iced, it is a guilt free indulgence sip after sip.

Stop in and get your gift tin today!



February 4, 2013

Heart to Heart…..

Filed under: Tea in Arizona — Kwingert @ 10:13 am


Valentine’s Day certainly takes center stage this month and many hearts beat faster….

But February is also the month when the American Heart Association reminds us that heart disease is the leading cause of death in this country for both men and women. It is a somber reality, but there are simple steps we all can take to avoid becoming part of a statistic. Aside from reducing stress in your life, eating a well-balanced diet and making time for exercise, many research studies have shown that drinking three to four cups of tea a day can keep your heart and cardiovascular system healthy. The regular consumption of black and green tea has been associated with reduced risk for hypertension, stroke and atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Some studies suggest that the poly phenols in tea may improve blood vessel function and help to control blood clotting, thereby supporting healthy blood flow and circulation.

Even though scientists and regulatory agencies are reluctant to give their seal of approval, the evidence seems to point to what Chinese healers have known for millenia  – tea is not only a tasty but also a healthy beverage.

So this Valentine’s Day take care of your sweetheart’s and your own heart with a nice cup of  our special Souvia blend

“Your’ Just My Cup Of Tea”

with decadent flavors of chocolate and Strawberry